final quiz GI diseases 2.txt

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GI diseases quiz #2 final review
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  1. All of the following statements regarding colorectal cancer are correct except
    nearly all colon cancers begin as ulcers, which may slowly develop into cancer
  2. Causes of organic or mechanical intestinal obstruction include all of the following except
    neuromuscular disorders, such as Parkinson's disease
  3. Heard at onset of mechanical intestinal obstruction
    high-pitched bowel sounds
  4. Paralytic intestinal obstruction
    decreased or absent bowel sounds
  5. Complications of intestinal obstruction include all of the following except
    enzyme imbalances
  6. Spastic colon (irritable bowel syndrome), unlike other gastrointestinal diseases, shows no evidence of the following except
    flatus
  7. IBS trigger: certain foods or beverages
    physical trigger
  8. IBS trigger : depression
    potential behavioral trigger
  9. IBS trigger : laxative abuse
    physical trigger
  10. IBS trigger : loss of appetite
    potential behavioral trigger
  11. All of the following statements regarding dysentery are correct except
    it is a chronic inflammation of the colon
  12. All of the following are normal functions of the liver except
    maintains proper blood glucose levels
  13. Causes of hepatitis include all of the following except
    blunt force trauma
  14. Which statement best describes the progression of liver dysfunction
    chronic hepatitis, liver chirrhosis, liver cancer
  15. This form of hepatitis is an uncommon, unique infection requiring the assistance of another hepatitis virus to replicate and infect other hepatocytes; higher incidence of infection is evident in intravenous drug users and people from the Mediterranean basin
    Hepatitis D
  16. This form of hepatitis was once known as infectious hepatitis; symptoms develop 2-6 weeks after exposure; water or food may be sources of infection
    Hepatitis A
  17. This form of hepatitis is very rare in the US, but is the leading cause of infectious hepatitis epidemics worldwide in Africa, Asia or Mexico and was not recognized by WHO as a distinct human disease until 1980
    Hepatitis E
  18. Most people infected with this form of hepatitis have no symptoms and may not learn of infection until liver damage is found, decades later, during routine medical exams
    Hepatitis C
  19. This form of hepatitis was once known as serum hepatitis; symptoms develop 2-6 months after exposure; a fulminating form has a sudden onset, progresses rapidly and is fatal
    Hepatitis B
  20. Causes of cirrhosis of the liver include all of the following except
    calcium accumulation in the liver
  21. Stages of liver damage in cirrhosis of the liver include all of the following except
    formation of gallstones
  22. This pancreatic disease can be found in the head, body or tail of the pancreas; greatest incidence of occurrence is in the head of the pancreas
    cancer of the pancreas
  23. This pancreatic disease forms a cavity of pus within the pancreas that becomes infected
    pancreatic abscess
  24. This pancreatic disease produces inflammation and scarring of tissue in the pancreas affecting production of both lipases and insulin
    chronic pancreatitis
  25. This pancreatic disease causes pancreatic enzymes (proteases and lipases) to become activated and attack the pancreas (autodigestion)
    acute pancreatitis

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